Green River Fishing Report Wyoming
Flows at Warren Bridge: 2040 CFS
Water temp: 45
Hmmmm, well it was 36 degrees yesterday at Warren Bridge and blowing 20-25, with a “wintery mix.” The fishing was really hot, which kept us motivated until the clients couldn’t hold the rods any longer. The two young men who were out with their parents we’re very well behaved, polite and courteous and were a pleasure to fish with. KUDOS to their parents for doing a great job raising them.
Anywho, the river is pretty darn clear right now but we’re expecting to see the snow that’s been falling on the mountains for the past few days to come down once it warms up over the next few days, which may muck up the water clarity. The flows have also come down to a reasonable level as well. We’re seeing bwo’s the past few days. Prior to that we’ve seen a lot of caddis on the warmer afternoons along with some salmon flies as well. The bite has been from mid morning to late afternoon with the most productive method being sub surface with either a stonefly/san juan worm set up or streamers in either white or black. The fish are really moving around with the flows fluctuating so much but have typically been located in the drop offs and pockets where the flows are reduced.